Syllabus for Internship
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- 30 credits
- Course code: 2FE841
- Education cycle: Second cycle
Main field(s) of study and in-depth level:
Business Studies A1F
- Grading system: Fail (U), Pass (G)
- Established: 2010-04-22
- Established by: The Board of the Department of Business Studies
- Revised: 2014-02-12
- Revised by: The Department Board
- Applies from: Autumn 2014
Internship is only available to students admitted to the Master Programme in Business and Management or the Master Programme in Accounting, Auditing and Analysis who have achieved at least 30 credits within the programme.
- Responsible department: Department of Business Studies
Decisions and guidelines
In the third semester of the Master's Programme in Business and Management and the Master's Programme in Accounting, Auditing and Analysis, students get the chance to acquire working life experience, as an integrated part of their program. The internship course gives an opportunity to experiencing practical work in a public or private organisation as well as applying and reflecting upon the gained theoretical knowledge.
The aim of the internship is that the student:
- uses acquired theoretical skills and knowledge in practice as well as abstract theoretical knowledge from practical work
- works independently as well as in teams with others
- develops an understanding for the role of the education in professional life
- gets the opportunity to build a professional network
- gets input and inspiration for the Master's thesis
At the end of the course, the student:
- has developed skills to understands how theoretical knowledge can be used in practice
- has developed skills for working independently outside of the university context
- has developed skills for working in teams with professionals
- is better prepared for her/his professional career
The student's activities at the internship organisation are to be agreed upon in cooperation between the Department of Business Studies, the student and the internship organisation.
Performance in the course will be evaluated on basis of the student's activities during the internship, as well as on the basis of a midterm hand-in and a final written report. Swedish grades G and U are supplemented by pass/not passed. In order to pass the internship course students need to take part of the daily activities at the internship organisation, as well as hand in and be approved on written reports within the prescribed time limit.
Uppsala University takes cheating and plagiarism seriously, and disciplinary action will be taken against any student suspected of being involved in any sort of cheating and/or plagiarism. The disciplinary action takes the form of warnings or limited suspensions.
NOTE: Only completed courses can count toward a degree.
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